19th Annual Robert P. Hebbel DOM Research Day

Research Day - Thursday, May 3, 2018 - McNamara Alumni Center from 4:00 - 7:00 PM

2018 Research Day

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Special Guest and Keynote Speaker
Jean Schaffer, MD
Virginia Minnich Distinguished Professor of Medicine
Director, Diabetes Research Center
Washington University School of Medicine

DOM Grand Rounds - Thursday, May 3, 2018
"Lipotoxicity: Getting to the Heart of the Matter"
12:15 - 1:00 PM at Moos Tower 2-620

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission is Now Closed

2018 Abstract Status Report
(Please allow up to 48 hours for the report to update)

Preparing a Poster

Preparing a Poster

Guidelines for Preparing a Poster

  • Presenters will have access to McNamara - Memorial Hall from Noon - 3:30 PM to set-up posters, all posters must be set-up by 4:00 PM and all posters must be taken down by 7:00 PM
  • Poster judges will be making their rounds between 4:30 - 5:30 PM and presenters should be at their poster during this time

UMN Poster Printing Services

Other Printing Services

Posters Maximum Size
4' tall x 8' wide

Posters Maximum Size
4' tall x 8' wide 

Sean Meyer
Phone: (612) 323-8411
Sean@umnposters.com
www.umnposters.com

FedEx
Vistaprint
SmartPress
Overnight Prints

2017 Poster Winners

2017 Poster Winners

2017 Poster Winners

  • Fellow/Post-Doc: Katharine Block
  • Resident: Krista Newman
  • Medical Student: Irena Cich
  • Graduate Student: Carlos Perez Kerkvliet
  • Undergraduate Student: Ian Nykaza

Research Day Schedule

Research Day Schedule

Event Schedule for Thursday, May 3, 2018

12:15 - 1:00 PM
DOM Grand Rounds Keynote Speaker
Jean Schaffer, MD
"Lipotoxicity: Getting to the Heart of the Matter"
Moos Tower 2-620

1:15 - 2:15 PM
Trainee Luncheon with Dr. Schaffer 
VCRC 135 - Invitation to Follow 

4:00 – 7:00 PM
Poster Session
McNamara Alumni Center
Memorial Hall
200 SE Oak Sreet
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Parking Information
Parking is available at the University Avenue Ramp.
Please ask for a parking voucher at the event’s registration desk. 
Download Map

All Attendees will receive an Official Abstract Book. Appetizers and Drinks will be provided!

Poster Presenter Schedule

Poster Presenter Schedule

Poster Presenters Schedule

  • Presenters will have access to the McNamara from Noon - 3:30 PM to set-up posters, all posters must be set-up by 4:00 PM and all posters must be taken down by 7:00 PM
  • Poster judges will be making their rounds between 4:30 - 5:30 PM and presenters should be at their poster during this time

4:00 – 7:00 PM
Poster Session
McNamara Alumni Center
Memorial Hall
200 SE Oak Street
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Parking Information
Parking is available at the University Avenue Ramp.
Please ask for a parking voucher at the event’s registration desk. 
Download Map

All Attendees will receive an Official Abstract Book. Appetizers and Drinks will be provided!

Past Guest Speakers

Past Guest Speakers

Past Guest Speakers

2017 | Susan E. Quaggin, MD
"Uncomplicating Diabetes: High 'Tek' Solutions on the Horizon"

2016 | Susan M. Wolf, MD
"The Challenge of Developing Best Practices for Translational Medicine: Return of Results & Incidental Findings in Genomics"

2015 | Peter Igarashi, MD
"Polycystic Kidney Disease: A Model Ciliopathy"

2014 | Peter Agre, MD
"Opening Doors Worldwide Through Medical Science"

2013 | Mark Anderson, MD, PhD
"Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome and the genetic control of immune tolerance"

2011 | Andrew I. Schafer, MD
"The Vanishing Physician-Scientist?"

2010 | Richard A. King, MD, PhD
"The Intrigue of Genetics in Medicine" 2010 Photos

2009 | Antony Rosen, MD
"Human Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases: The Key is in the Human"

2008 | Robert Siliciano, MD, PhD
"Control of HIV Replication: Identification of a Missing Dimension in the Drug and Vaccine Efficacy"

2007 | David A. Schwartz, MD, MPH
"Environmental Genomics and Complex Human Diseases"

2006 | Dr. Karl Nath
"Mentoring and Biomedical Research: a Personal Perspective"

2005 | Dr. Joseph Bonventre
"Acute Kidney Injury: From Zebrafish to the Patient "

2004 | Dr. Barry Coller
"Translational Research: The Best Of Times"

2003 | Martin Blaser, MD
"Evolution of Helicobacter pylori Diversity in Individual Hosts"

1999 | James Kazura, MD
"Pathogenesis and Genetics of Human Malaria"

1998 | Philip Leder, MD
"Cancer: An Unfortunate Genetic Collaboration"